Water Sports

Windsurfing Diani has one of the most beautiful white sandy beaches of the world. Even Hemingway was impressed. There is also a beautiful coral reef along the East Coast of Kenya. So all kinds of water sports are possible: Deep Sea Fishing, Scuba Diving, Snorkelling, Jet Ski's, Windsurfing, Kite Surfing, Whale and Dolphin Watching, Diving, Sailing, and more.



Safari Kenya remains the heart of the African safari experience and the magnificence and diversity of the wildlife and landscape is unsurpassed. You are guaranteed to tick off the full roster of "The Big Five" – lion, buffalo, leopard, rhino and elephant. The landscape kaleidoscope rolls out the magnificent rift valley, the central highlands, the savannah grasslands, snow capped Mount Kenya and the desolate moonscape of the north. This is perhaps why the experts advise all those faithful lovers of wildlife and nature that at least once in their lifetime they must partake of a Kenyan safari.


Balloon Safari

Balloon Safari Imagine this: an aerial view of herds of elephants, prides of lions, troops of baboons, and every hooved prey of the plains—all in one glance! Balloon safaris are offered at most of the big game reserves in Kenya. Suspended in a basket beneath the colourful canopy, you are in for a game-viewing adventure with an entirely different perspective. The tradition of balloon flights the world over is that you toast your return to earth with a champagne breakfast... this has to be the ultimate African safari experience.



Golf Leisure Golf Club Diani Beach - 5833 metres - par 72 - 18 holes. Leisure Golf Club is the only golf course on Kenya's south coast and is the latest golf course in Kenya. Feturing 18 holes it is one of the most challenging courses in Kenya. Leisure Golf Club is only 10 mins drive away.

Nyali Golf & Country Club Mombasa - 6510 yards - par 71 - 18 holes. The Nyali Golf and Country Club is the only eighteen-hole golf course on the north Coast. This is a gently rolling course with a mixture of right and left doglegs and small fairway bushes, strong winds make it challenging. The Golf Club has become the Grand Finale of the Golfer of the Year tournaments and also the Kenya Brewaries Festival. The club also prides in its restaurant notably the II Duetto which specializes in Italian cuisine.

Eating Out

Diani and the surrounding area has an abundance of good quality restaurants. From Japanese Teppanyaki to Seychellois Creole.


Shopping Diani Beach has a small European style shopping center where you can buy most of the things you need while on holiday: pharmacy, bank, butchery, bakery, a few safari and tour operators, African fashion boutique, etc. For more local colour and cheaper prices you can take a Matad (public minibus) to Ukunda, the local village just a few miles away. It is worth to take the time to explore Ukunda to learn bargaining and compare prices, bargaining is an essential skill in Kenya!



Mount Kenya Mount Kenya - Mount Kenya is the country's highest mountain. Sitting astride the equator its icy summit reaches to 5199 metres (17,058 feet). The entire mountain above the 3200-metre contour forms a national park. In fact, Mount Kenya consists of three principal zones: the rocky peak area, which is actually an eroded volcanic plug, with its mantle of glaciers and snowfields; the alpine zone with its distinctive giant vegetation; and the vast gentle lower slopes drenched in mountain forest and bamboo jungle. It is no wonder that awed farmers at its foothills considered this remote majestic wonderland as God's domain.

Mount Kilimanjaro - Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest Mountain in Africa, is located in northern Tanzania (formerly called Tanganyika). It is located around 200 miles south of the equator. Mount Kilimanjaro, an extinct volcanic Mountain, is 19,341 feet in height.